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I woke up this morning and found myself in Michigan. Of course, most mornings I find myself in Michigan, so no real surprise there, We got hit by about 8 inches of snow last night. I expected a much more difficult round today but the snow was powdery, not wet so it was much more manageable to walk in. The temps were in the 20's, so no big deal there either.
Someone shoveled the tee pads but it was actually counterproductive because the base layer was pure ice. Throwing on snow is easy compared to throwing on ice. So we threw on ice for 24 holes. My team hit a 60 foot putt on the last hole to get to 13 down to tie for 1st at the Kensington league. Ok, I on behalf of my team hit the long putt but only after my partner chained out. I hate to brag (well, maybe not hate but how about feel a little peevish?) but how many times am I going to hit a long putt on the last hole to experience fame and glory? Not enough times, if you ask me.
So in long answer to a short question, around 25 degrees.